Pocket Scrapping and the Drag-and-Drop Photoshop Elements Feature
With the release of Photoshop Elements 2015, Adobe introduced a new Drag-and-Drop feature. This component of Elements is activated when using templates that were created specifically with this feature.
The Drag-and-Drop feature does work in Photoshop Elements versions 10-14, with limited editing capability. It also works in versions released after Version 15.
The Drag-and-Drop feature does not work in the full version of Photoshop. Those users can use Drag-and-Drop templates; however, will need to use traditional clipping masks, just as they would with any template.
You’ve got to see how easy the Drag-and-Drop feature is to use in order to fully appreciate it! I’ve created a 10-minute video so you can see for yourself how fun these templates are to use.
If you are inspired to use these templates, you will find them in my shops here:
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Please note that these templates were previously released under the name of Droplets. I’ve changed the name to make them easier to locate both in my shops and on the Internet.
Be sure to watch the video so you can see how FAST and EASY these templates can make your scrapping!
The clean look of Pocket Scrapping really appeals to me. You can embellish the templates as much or as little as you like.
I LOVE to use them for vacation albums, albums about events, or any subject where I have a lot of photos that I want to use but don’t want to take the time to “scrap” them all.
I’ll post a few sample layouts for you below the product previews for inspirations!
I understand your situation and we are only redoing the master bath. My refuge is heading to the office to do a little digital scrap booking and find a “happy place”. Thanks for all you do…I am a big fan.